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trip on a ship to hawaii, "but i'm only allowed to bring one good friend. the question is, which good friend do i bring?" wow! emily elizabeth is gonna take a friend to hawaii. [gasps] she has to take me. she just has to! heh heh heh. good job, guys. that was fun. oh, you have such a great throwing arm, emily elizabeth. no wonder the dogs just love playing with you. well, thanks, jetta. i think i'll write about it in my journal. so, um, if you need help studying for the spelling test tomorrow, i'd be happy to quiz you. well, great. then after you quiz me, i can quiz you. oh, that's ok, emily elizabeth, i just want to help you. after all, that's what good friends are for. last night i wrote a big, long poem about clifford. if it's about clifford, it has to be big. there you are, emily elizabeth. i brought you a special cupcake. it's made with macadamia nuts. uh, thanks, jetta. macadamia nuts come from hawaii, you know. really? i didn't know that. so, emily, can i read the poem you wrote about clifford? i don't think so, charley. the stuff i write in my journal is really just for me. ok
world in hawaii. >> this interview is worth anything to you guys? >> this is a gold mine. have you no idea. >> caution. you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching for this special edition of the fact yomplt a look at the people who entered no spin zone recently. beginning with former secretary of state colin powell. general i'd like you to be specific and brutal tonight. about the republican party. what is it that you object to mostly to cause to you vote for president obama twice. >> i voted for the president twice. first, i didn't think the economic plans put forward by the campaign in 2008 or 2012 were suited for the times we're n so i had an economic reason to do that. secondly, i became a republican officially in 1995, after i decided not to run. and i have voted previously seven times for republican candidate. i have spoken at the 1996 convention, the 2000 convention. i worked for reagan and nixon as a white house fellow. i think credentials are fine. but in several years i have been troubled by the right
to tell you about an exercise we conducted this past summer in hawaii as part of rim of pacific exercise which involved 22 participating nations and this offered us a venue to be able to conduct a humanitarian and disaster relief exercise with all the different partners that we had together and collaborating with this exercise, this offered a perfect opportunity for us to introduce the military capabilities and interaction in exchange with our civil military partners as well. the exercise was located on oh oahu we had used that island as a fictitious island of chianti where we wanted to do a humanitarian response but it also provided us an avenue for the state-wide partners, the civil hawaiian partners, to be able to exercise their exercise as well. this exercise also allowed us the opportunity to intro daus a lot of technology to help with the interoperatability of the civil military exercise. one of the main goals that we had for this was to allow our military a crisis response adaptive force package and opportunity to allow their training and certification in providing the most appro
. >> you do kind of. sad but true. when we come back, some fun, little alow ha. we'll travel to hawaii. >> celebrating america's 50th state with a trip to the beach. stay with us. why choose land o' lakes butter in half sticks? it's pre-measured. fresh tasting. and it's only from land o' lakes. >> hula skirt. >> fifth mai thai. >> dancing. >> little green guy in here. throw back thursday going to hawaii. this week in 1959 it became america's 50th state. perfect climate and natural beauty. hawaii icing on the american cake. >> a lot we know about hawaii. a lot we don't. here are a couple fun facts we want to share with you allow the aloha state. >> history -- hawaii the only state to honor a monarch, united hawaii as a single nation in 1810, forged hawaiian identity. the followers, killed captain james cook. >> native culture is strong in hawaii. the only american state to have two official languages. english, hawaii, pigeon, samoan, tongan are spoken there. >> very diverse. volcanic activity. five active volcanoes in the state. the busiest one, as tre naugtro travel on the volcanoes, r
in the whitey bulger trial. and then hawaii's controversial new plan to help the homeless. it involves a free plane tickets. and lawmakers in iran throw down. we'll show you the full fight later in the show. [ male announcer ] these days, a small business can save by sharing. like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] ...office space. yes, we're loving this communal seating. it's great. [ male announcer ] the best thing to share? a data plan. at&t mobile share for business. one bucket of data for everyone on the plan, unlimited talk and text on smart phones. now, everyone's in the spirit of sharing. hey, can i borrow your boat this weekend? no. [ male announcer ] share more. save more. at&t mobile share for business. ♪ [ male announcer ] a family that vacations together, sunscreens together. find a hilton everywhere you want to go with rates as low as $109 per night. book now at hilton.com/getaway. >>> break news tonight about a potential danger that people have been eating. tonight the parent company of two major restaurant
was also attacked in the waters off hawaii. >> we have a greater number of tiger sharks that have been born in conjunction with a larger number of people being in the water every day and what you see is the potential for an increase in interaction. >> hawaii officials say there have been a total of eight shark bites in the hawaii islands this year, last year 11. they normally only see three or four bites in an average year. >> how about we beat the odds? we are happy to report a 12- year-old, the arkansas girl battling a rare brain eating bacteria is on the mend. >> she is well enough to say a few words. that's for the first sometime since she was infected. she is the third on record to survive this type of thing. >> a lot of giving and a lot of returning prayers that we have received. we have big plans for her. >> the parents say that it's found naturally in warm,en closed bodies of water . >>> she was kidnapped and held by the man who killed her mom and brother. crazy story. >> tonight hannah anderson is talking about what she went through and why she texted more than a dozen t
to hawaii were not a part of our life. i was well traveled because we drove across the country and my father took jobs in colorado and where we render houses. but he rented the studio daily as usual. he and my mother took several trips to europe to invest friends but even on trips he looked in his particular way and sketched and sometimes painted. i have a hard time with tenss when talking about my father. i continue to find my father very present in my life. i think of my father's work as a series of unlimited spades. there is a sense of order even in emphasis chaotic works that pleas me on a level. when he died someone i wish i could remember who said he had a sense that my father that entered into the place that is represented in the paintings. his last work is a drawing he gave me on my 30th birthday. i've seen it every morning. very much for your attention. thank you (clapping) i'm happy to answer questions. i'm not sure how much time we have but someone will tell me. yes jim. any questions if the audience. the music he listened to and the way he - >> the obvious parallel has to do wit
have these little coconuts in front of us. >> throwback thursday. all things hawaii. >> back in 1959 of this week, hawaii became the 50th state. we'll have fun. >> have a little fun. first. >> pure rum. pure. >> little bit. >> doing good. >> ooh. loose. >> get your news on. >> let's do it. >> we begin this half-hour. return to the classes, students talking, an atlanta area school under siege earlier in the week. >> just released 911 tapes reveal just how dangerous the situation was inside of the school's office. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: it's a heart-stopping call to police. you can hear the sound of gunfire. >> i'm in the front office. ooh, he just went outside and started shooting. >> okay. >> he said to tell them to back off. he doesn't want the kids. he wants the police. so back off. and what else, sir? he says he don't care if he die, he don't have nothing to live for. and he said he's not mentally stable. >> reporter: antoinette tuff, the bookkeeper the gunman confronted in the front office, stayed on the phone with police after the bullets started flying. >> it
will carry scientists and submarine to canada and hawaii. the key part of the voyage will include research in the so- called dead zone which is a lifeless area of the pacific which suffers from a lack of oxygen. >>> a grape harvest kicked off in napa this morning. here's a look from chopper 5 over the mum napa facility. crews got out there to pick the grapes. winery managers say because the weather has been so good, harvest started a week earlier this year. >>> today we got a break in the haze. it was a early and the last time we have seen this early harvest was in 1994 and then in 2004. so it's been a while. >> goodyears. >> a benign weather forecast. live kpix weather camera looking towards the golden gate bridge. seamless skies at this hour. wind is whipped up and scoured out the low clouds and the areas of fog currently 62 cool degrees. san francisco we're in the low 70s to the south in san jose. winds blowing west-northwest. currently this is the scene in dublin east of the bay. it is clear and breezy and 77 degrees westerlies at 16. clouds roll in for most of us tonight. tomorrow mor
surprise i hawaii almost didn't happen. in april bill and his girlfriend planned to surprise his father and the rest of his family in honolulu. >> trip of a lifetime. it took eight, nine months of planning and all of this, you know, covert operations where he wouldn't find out. >> reporter: but the couple says a stop by the bathroom at the sacramento airport before the morning flight caused them to check in at hawaiian airlines counter 42 minutes before departure time. the airline canceled their reservation saying the cutoff to check bags was 45 minutes. >> you're splitting hairs over three minutes? >> reporter: he thinks the airline just wanted to double sell the seats. >> they were making a big profit on this. >> reporter: to make the surprise, bill and kristin paid $800 more flying another airline. >> you want it play in their playpen, you have to play by their rules. >> reporter: cbs news travel editor peter greenburg says airlines cracking down on the 45-minute rule is just one of the many ways they are maximizing profits. >> all the airlines are doing is filling the seats the way
is over. but apparently hawaii did not get the memo. there has been a big jump in the number of shark attacks there, two in the past week alone. >> hawaiian officials announced a two-year study to tag and track tiger sharks. known to travel all over the island and swim in shall low waters. >> meanwhile victims are recovering from their injuries. abc's neal karlinsky has more. >> reporter: this 16-year-old is lucky to be sitting in the hospital and he knows it. he was surfing one of his favorite spots on hawaii's big island sunday afternoon when a shark about 8 to 10 feet attacked. >> it hit me so fast i didn't know what was going on. >> reporter: his friend were surfing alongside and couldn't believe what they were seeing. >> he was coming down the wave, the shark came from the side, took him out by the leg. i couldn't cope. i was shaking already. so close to the shark attack. >> reporter: he suffered 30 deep cuts to his legs but says he felt the shark. >> i got hit. and then i got bit. and then i started punching the shark. >> reporter: the second shark attack in less than a week. an
to our own. they used a high performance telescope in hawaii to capture the image of the entire andromeda galaxy. andromeda is some 2.3 million light-years from earth. all the stars at its center appear as a single shining mass. it's surrounded by clusters of other stars. the faint purple patches are nebulas or vast clouds of dust, hydrogen, helium and other gases. astronomers used the subaru telescope which sits atop a mountain in hawaii. last august they fitted it with a wide angle superhigh resolution camera. the camera's three meters tall and weighs about three tons. it has 116 light sensors. they're 40 times more powerful than those in a typical single-lens reflex camera. professor satoshi miyazaki of the astrological observatory in japan says the camera will put landmark findings within reach. >> translator: we want to try to solve the mystery of how galaxies evolve in the accelerating universe. we think we can produce some interesting study results. >> members of the observatory plan to use the telescope to analyze hundreds of millions of galaxies over the next five years. >>> a ja
. it was may 20th when snowden left his girlfriend and a six figure job in hawaii. he flies to hong kong with four laptops that give him to access to some of the u- s government's most highly- classified secrets. on june 5th, the british guardian publishes the first of his leaked information. june 23rd: snowden leaves hong kong for moscow, one day after being charged with violating u-s espionage laws. the u=s presses for applies for temporary asylum. today it was granted. snowden's russian lawyer holds up the official papers ending his 39 days in the transit lounge at moscow airport. the papers allow him to stay anywhere in russia for at least one year. learning russian. and he has a job offer from the russian version of facebook. snowden's father says he's making plans to visit his son. "i think russia is the best behalf that's where he -- russia, i believe, has the strength and conviction to protect my son at this point." snowden left the airport in the company of wikileaks adviser susan harrison, who has been with him since he left hong kong. statement from him today, thanking the rus
snorkeling in hawaii survived a shark attack. her terrifying encounter with a 25' shark. now america's money report. >> good morning, topping america's money, looking to be another record day on wall street, markets kickoff with a series of records, the dow and s&p 500 all-time highs and the nasdaq also up sharply and all three indices are up 20 percent for the year. you can expect today's trading to be influenced by the government july jobs report. stock futures were higher overnight. growing number of millennials living with mom and dad, 21 million, since march of 2012, and 36 percent of 18 to 31-year-olds moved back home, the highest in four decades. research shows coffee at mcdonald's and dunkin' donuts is not as strong as starbucks with 20 milligrams of caffeine nothing compared to death wish a staggering 54.2 grams per ounce. drink at your own risk. that is >> covering petaluma and southeast altos and all bay area. >> a look at san francisco as the weekend begins and mike is looking at the forecast and leyla gulen is tracking the commute on this friday morning and we are all watching o
league action, belmont shores in hawai'i. an rbi single gives belmont a 2-0 lead, and then pitcher, nicholas lopez, nine strikeouts, allowed one hit. belmont advancing with a 3-0 victory. >> welcoming another superstar, missy franklin will be on the berkeley campus this fall. today she set a new standard at the word championship. 400 medley relay. missy, slapped the first leg for the united states, backstroke. she helped get her team in front and they never look back. the u.s. wins, giving missy franklin her sixth goal, the first woman to ever win six medals at the world, gold, that is, not a bad summer before she starts her career at cal this fall. >> final two rounds at st. andrews. park comes up short. 6-over on the day. choy had a 3-streak lead but stacy lewis. look at this. makes that for birdie, then finishes with the lead. her second career major. final round of the brickstone. only thing stopping tiger from winning was the squirrel. tigerred shot an even par 70. 15-under for the tournament. won by seven strokes, 79th 79th career win, eight of them here at firestone. match t
, they for hawaii. she is in this photo. her head is right there. ha ha! [chuckles] announcer: they say that when you're facing extreme danger, your life flashes before you. [giggles] [chuckles] [bells peal] [baby cries] ha ha ha ha! [giggles] if you think that's sad, consider facing it before you even have enough life to flash before your eyes. car crashes are the number-one killer of children 1 through 13. deaths and injuries can be prevented by using the right car seat. visit safercar.gov/therightseat to know what is appropriate for each age and size. >> closed captioning and other consideration for "tmz" provided by -- >> rick solomon and pam anderson, they are in hawaii. she is in this photo. is rightf her head there. she's wearing her goggles in the water. for air at one point. >> this has got to be a lie. we don't know what she's doing. >> rick solomon's penis is on the other side of that raft. toshe's using the donut hole -- >> you think he's going to roll kids, the water -- hey, we're on the beach. >> let's be honest, he's drowning her. captioned by the national captioning institute ---w
you. coming up -- >> rick solomon and pam anderson, they are in hawaii. she is in this photo. the top of her head is right there. ♪ when you experience something great, you want to share it. with everyone. that's why more customers recommend verizon, america's largest 4g lte network. >> closed captioning and other consideration for "tmz" provided by -- >> rick solomon and pam anderson, they are in hawaii. she is in this photo. the top of her head is right there. she's wearing her goggles in the water. she pops up for air at one point. >> this has got to be a lie. >> we don't know what she's doing. she could be inspecting his goggles on.her >> rick solomon's penis is on the other side of that raft. >> she's using the donut hole to [beep] >> you think he's going to roll out of the water just full -- kids, we're on the beach. >> let's be honest, he's drowning her. >> i'm a lawyer. captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org---  ( bell ringing ) ( playing the blues ) ( honking horn ) ( screams ) captioning sponsored by fox
of the eastern span of the bay bridge. plus: a woman attacked by a giant shark in hawaii. we'll show you where it happened. >> we are going to type of message directly to the ".putin regime." >> pam: olympic athletes express uncertainty and anger. surrounding russia's new anti-gay law. and the 2014 winter games there. next. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: the city of richmond filed a lawsuit today. against chevron. over the massive fire at the refinery last year. the lawsuit says, the explosion and blaze
, this next one is the hot new craze out on the water. now, the state of hawaii talking about banning those powerful jet packs. we haven't seen them. very, very cool to watch. probably very tough to do they blast people as high as 30 feet right into the air, all powered by pumping that water. local there is in hawaii concerned about the impact on the environment. fishermen and scientists now asking state officials to regulate these packs because of how they could end up affecting local fish and coral. got admit, does look like a lot of fun, doesn't it? one local scientists says noise made by the packs could drive fish away. hawaii says one option is limit where you can use those packs. >> does look like a blast out there. >>> an iconic painting that once hung in the palace hotel in san francisco will come home later this month. "the pied piper of hamlin" by max field parish hung in the hotel more than a century since it was commissioned in 1909, but just in april, it was taken down and sent to new york for auction. art historians and neighbors, they were upset, so they quickly started a pet
baseball in laser focus this morning. >>> sun, sand, surf, now leave. hawaii unveiling a plan to ship the homeless off the island. >>> plus, this -- >> what are you working on? >> computer terminal that hooks up to the tv. >> steve -- >>> ashton kucher from "that's '70s show" cnn goes one-on-one with the hollywood star. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning and welcome back to "newsroom." i'm brianna keilar in for carol costello. 19 embassies and consulates are closed for a week over major security concerns. these closures were prompted by several factors, including an al qaeda message intercepted by the u.s. that threatened attacks. adding to the concerns, ramadan ends this week and several prison breaks have occurred in the region. >>> let's go now to wall street where the opening bell is about to ring. investors are hoping for a repeat of last week after stocks, once again, posted record highs. that's where we find the lovely alison kosik in new york with the very latest on this. hey, alison. >> good morning, brianna. stocks are opening lower, but the day is still young. these re
of this world. how people in hawaii are helping develop first class food to be enjoyed in outer space. >>> day two of a city worker's strike in hayward. we will tell you what the two sides are asking for. >>> good morning. if you are driving to the south bay any time soon, we are looking at 237 and also 280 and 880 driving to highway 17. >>> temperatures went above average. first time in awhile. will they continue that trend. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. ♪ the 2013 volt. charge ahead of the rest in the hov lane. ♪ >>> good morning. welcome back. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. these are live pictures. hayward city hall. city hall workers and city employees are starting a second day of a strike in the city of hayward. we do have ktvu tara moriarty out there. she will keep you posted on what the workers are doing today. >>
of the parents for 20 years. the dream of sailing to hawaii has been crushed for a sailboat builder in marin county. according to the journal 52- year-old james lane was arrested this week after getting into a fight and biting san rafael harbor master finger. the fight was over this sailboat. it was built in the lock lowman marina parking. it left the marina in june and headed to hawaii. police say lane could be facing felony battery charges. >>> marin county will soon be home to the mountain bike hall of fame. it's said to started on mount tam in the 70s. the hall of fame was established 25 years ago. but soon it will be the marin museum of bicycle ling. >>> time now 5:47. getting you out the door. sal you are still focus on fro hasn't? >> that is right. northbound 680 dave and pam. this truck overturned 66,000 pounds of u.s. mail. but it's not hazardous. there is diesel all over the place so they have to cleanness up. this area will be effected. all the lanes are closed. southbound though it is going to be a hazard just a visual hazard as people drive past the scene. i would suggest using
story, animal attacks. a 14-year-old boy is recovering after a shark attack in hawaii just days after a german tourist lost an arm. the ninth shark attack in hawaii this rear. and five bear attacks in less than a week. what's behind the rise in attacks? jeff, we were looking at this and sometimes you see these things and it feels like things are on the rise but they're not really on the rise. but at least according to the map and studies we've seen, these attacks are more of them this year. >> we're seeing an interesting trend, but i think what we have to remember is that we're kind of looking at this the very small limited window. the truth is that attacks aren't that much higher. and these are animals that frequent these waters specifically the sharks off hawaii. and when human beings, which are the number one terrestrial presented it tore are sharing habitat with the number one water predator, there is also that opportunity that something can go wrong. >> last year 11, this year 9 so far. but i guess it could be there is more proximity or something like that. what about, though, th
. in this day in 1898 u.s. and at the island territory of hawaii. on which island would you find the grand canyon of the pacific? the answer canyon of the pacific? the answer is still to putting up with those annoying period symptoms? general pain relievers, like advil, only treat cramps, but midol has three active ingredients to take care of that... and fatigue and bloating. because you deserve better. >> live from wgn chicago, the official drawing of the illinois lottery >> good afternoon york midday winning lottery numbers for monday august 12th, 2013. [ female announcer ] this is laura. laura's being healthy and chewing her multivitamin. with one a day vitacraves for women. it's a great-tasting gummy multivitamin designed for women with more calcium and vitamin d. it's gummies for grown-ups. one-a-day vitacraves for women. >> on the medical watch, differences between the brains of boys and girls with autism. and one of the largest brain imaging studies of gender differences in autism research report girls with autism have more masculine brains and they are affected differently by th
advertising under the fellow law. i know this area of the law is a a bit of a mess with hawaii said they could restrict this and there's been some regulations since them but it's unclear if that case law is applicable. so to go through expensive legislation to end up what the state go i want to be careful. so a continuance to the to the call of the chair make sense in terms of allowing the author to nail down the legal guidance to know what our chances are in court if the legislation is passed. so can we continue this to the to the call of the chair >> madam clerk call item 3. >> it's the planning code to have the standard i see conformity for residential uses. we have a gentleman from supervisor avalos offices. and supervisor avalos what like this continued to the call of the chair we're hoping to have the city attorney to move forward on a portion of the project. to give you a brief update. the planning staff outlines this as 3 parts of the legislation. the main part is section 33 of the criteria considered when considering merges of residential units. it's our tennis to bring this more 40
and listen, a little bit of hawaii theme of the block party. this is one of the parties taken place across the bay area tonight. i want you to meet one of the organizers of this event, she's lived in the neighborhood for 33 years. tell me how you felt it was important to do this again especially now. >> i believe in anything that comes along that's crime preventions based. it is one of the most exciting events that i have put on. i have been doing crime preventions for the last 22 years and this is the best ever. >> you are getting more people and some new faces for the event. tell me about that. >> through the use of network site, we have been using that for a little over a year now and brought in more neighbors that are joining us tonight and that's my strategy. >> thanks darryl, i am going to have much more of fighting crime in social media. for the meantime i am going to grab a hamburger and joining this music. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> fire crews say the fire started in the second floor bedroom on east 19th street near parked boulevard. when he saw the smoke he started banging on the d
's go to the expert. she's going to tell us the exact best place to watch this. >> hawaii, my backyard. >> actually that is one of the prime spots. you go out to your yard and get a blanket. it hasn't been in the month of august that cold and you look at the clear skies. but this time we have a lot of low clouds and fog. looking at the base, anywhere near the bay, you are not going to see the showers. what you are going to feel is the drizzle. we have a deep marine layer. currently we've dipped all the way to 55 degrees in san francisco. it's 54 in santa rowssa. mountain view 6 61 degrees. highs today slightly warmer where we topped out at 86 degrees. otherwise it was 62 in san francisco. it was cooler today in san jose. it took a while for the clouds to scrub out. we have some drizzle in the area. to kick start our brand new week. we have the fog for the morning commute and clouds and early morning drizzle. then the clouds will go back to the coast and then we'll have more summer in our area. there you have the clouds all the way inland for the morning commute. if you want to see the
salario de entrada de secretarias o profesores. >> en estados más generosos como massachusets o hawaii los ingresos son mayores al sueldo de entrada de un programador. >> críticos del estudio dicen que llega a conclusiones equivocadas. >> el estudio compara a una madre con hijos con lo que recibe una persona sin hijos, siendo mucho menos la ayuda y obligaciones y, por tanto, incomparables ambos casos. >> además se está ebvaluando minimizar la ayuuda federal. >> muchos inmigrantes ni siquiera califican para ayuda federal. >> tenemos ahora la información de los mcentros de detención de ais en el país. >> si son deportados, se busca poder ayudar a los hijos que no queden sin ayuda. >> esto incluye a todos los menores, tengan o no papeles. >> se deben hacer todos los esfuerzos para que los padres estçen con sus hijos, iotinerario y un permiso del estado en caso de ser deportados, para poder presentarse en juicio por custodia en estados unidos. >> esto le pasó a este padre, cuya esposa fue detenida y en caso de ser deportado él también, los niños quedaqrían en hogares públicos. >>
on vacation in hawaii describes her terrifying encounter with a shark. >> and the car with wings. this vehicle that could change the way we think about travel. >> great visibility as we look to downtown san francisco. we check out the wake up weather and let you know about a warm-up as we h >> tonight. incredible serious threat forcing the closure of american embassy consulate throughout the world. state department officials announce today that facilities in more than a dozen country will be closed this sunday including some of our biggest. egypt. iraq. kuwait. senior u.s. official told abc news that it is a specific threat. they don't know what exactly the target is. >> specifically august 4th it's possible we may have additional day of closing as well. of course depending on our analysis. >> now this is the first mass closing of embassy and consulate because of intelligence threat since 2002. first anniversary of the september 11 attacks. >> right now mosquitos fogging getting under way in san jose to fight west nile virus. it's near the airport in the area between the expressway, s
. >> also shark bite. california woman on vacation in hawaii describes her terrifying encounter with a shark. >> and the car with wings. this vehicle that could change the way we think about travel. >> great visibility as we look to downtown san francisco. we check out the wake up weather and let you know about a warm-up >> tonight. incredible serious threat forcing the closure of american embassy consulate throughout the world. state department officials announce today that facilities in more than a dozen country will be closed this sunday including some of our biggest. egypt. iraq. kuwait. senior u.s. official told abc news that it is a specific threat. they don't know what exactly the target is. >> specifically august 4th it's possible we may have additional day of closing as well. of course depending on our analysis. >> now this is the first mass closing of embassy and consulate because of intelligence threat since 2002. first anniversary of the september 11 attacks. >> right now mosquitos fogging getting under way in san jose to fight west nile virus. it's near the
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